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Brilliant’s Composite Mathematics Class 6 Solutions Chapter 1 Revision of Work Done in Earlier Classes
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Revision of Work Done in Earlier Classes Solution :
Question no – (1)
Solution :
(i) 19,24, 50, 601
= 10000000 + 90000000 + 30000000 + 400000 + 50000 + 600 + 1
Place value of 6 = 600
(ii) 53, 42, 01, 602
= 500000000 + 30000000 + 4000000 + 200000 + 1000 + 600 + 2
Place value of 6 = 600
(iii) 27, 56, 225
= 2000000 + 700000 + 50000 + 6000 + 200 + 20 + 5
Place value of 6 = 6000
(iv) 2,00, 35, 206
= 20000000 + 700000 + 50000 + 6000 + 200 + 20 + 5
Place value of 6 = 6
Question no – (2)
Solution :
(i) 5,00,00,000 + 60,00,000 + 3,00,000 + 2,000 + 800 + 6
In the short form
= 5, 63, 02, 806
(ii) 1,00,00,00,000 + 50,00,00,000 + 40,00,000 + 8,00,000 + 70,000 + 9,000 + 500 + 20 + 9
In the short form
= 1150, 48, 79, 529
(iii) 7,00,00,000 + 80,00,000 + 6,00,000 + 2,000 + 100 + 30 + 1.
In the short form
= 7, 86, 02, 131
Question no – (3)
Solution :
(i) 57,39,605; 43,98,056; 57,38,635; 67,83,505
Now in ascending order,
= 43, 90, 056, 5738635, 5739605, 6783505
(ii) 33,85,60,705; 38,85,60,705; 33.85,70,705; 33.85,70,805
Now in ascending order,
= 3388560705, 338570705, 338570805, 388560705
Question no – (4)
Solution :
(i) 68,93,950; 68,83,950; 6,89,39,510; 75,13,501
Now in descending order,
= 6893510, 7513501, 6893950, 6883950
(ii) 55,39,839; 55, 38, 753 ; 55, 49, 839 ; 55, 48, 639
Now in descending order,
= 5549839, 5548639, 5539839, 5538753
Question no – (5)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Population of the Union territories of Delhi
= 62,20,406 and
Population of the Union territories of Chandigarh
= 6,04,471
∴ Combined population,
= 6220406 + 604471
= 6824877
Hence, the combined population will be 6824877
Question no – (6)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Teachers working in primary schools = 15,30,145
Teachers in upper primary schools = 10,11,049
Teachers in secondary schools = 7,25,935
Teachers in higher secondary schools = 4,25,622
∴ Total number of teachers,
= 1530145 + 1000049 + 725935 + 425622
= 3692751
Thus, total number of school teachers will be 3692751
Question no – (7)
Solution :
Given in the question,
The sum of two numbers = 8,38,52,612.
one of the numbers = 5,63,45,218
Other number = ?
∴ The other number,
= 8,38,52,612 – 5,63,45,218
= 2,75,07,394
Thus, the other number will be 2,75,07,394
Question no – (8)
Solution :
According to the question,
Factory produced switches in 1996
= 38,56,921
Factory produced switches on 1998
= 8,96,57,321
∴ Increase in the production of switches,
= 89657321 – 3856921
= 8,58,00,400 switches
Hence, the increase in the production of switches will be 8,58,00,400 switches.
Question no – (9)
Solution :
In the given question,
In a school number of students = 6,83,52,561
Girls student = 88,56,981
Boy students = ?
∴ Number of boy students,
= 68352561 – 8856981
= 5,94,9558 boys
Therefore, the number of boy students will be 5,94,9558
Question no – (10)
Solution :
In the given question we get,
In an examination in year 1998, students passed = 8,56,34,517
got first division = 88,93.651
got second division = 3,98,56,512
got third division = ?
∴ Students got third division,
= 8, 56, 34717 – (889651 + 3,98,56,512)
= 85634571 – 48750163
= 36684354
Hence, in exam 36684354 students got third division.
Question no – (11)
Solution :
(i) 4715125 by 543
∴ Quotient = 8683,
∴ Remainder = 256
Now, Check :
(8683 × 543) + 256
= 4715125
(ii) 3876 by 228
∴ Quotient = 17,
∴ Remainder = 0
Now, check :
= (17 × 228) = 0
= 38 + 6
(iii) 434350 by 238
∴ Quotient = 1825,
∴ Remainder = 0
Now, check,
= (1825 × 238) + 0
= 434350
(iv) 87325562 by 3405
∴ Quotient = 25646
∴ remainder = 932
Now, check :
= (25646 × 3405) + 932
= 87325562
(v) 470988 by 378
Quotient = 1246,
Remainder = 0
Now, check :
(1256 × 378) + 0
= 470988
(vi) 34705826 by 429
∴ Quotient = 80899,
∴ Remainder = 115
Now, check :
= (80800 × 429) + 155
= 34705826
Question no – (12)
Solution :
(i) In the given question,
Divisor 375,
quotient = 8751,
remainder = 78
As we know that,
Dividend = (Quotient × Division) + remainder
∴ Dividend,
= (8751 × 375) + 78
= 3281703
Thus, the dividend will be 3281703
(ii) In the question we get,
Divisor = 4081,
Quotient = 7631,
Remainder = 371,
As we know that,
Dividend = (Quotient × Division) + remainder
∴ Dividend,
= (7631 × 4081) + 371
= 31142482
Hence, dividend will be 31142482
Question no – (13)
Solution :
First, July + August + September,
= 31 + 31 + 30
= 92 days
Now, Sell every day,
= 38104/92
= 4142 litre
Question no – (14)
Solution :
In the given question,
A factory produces screws in a year = 26763750
screws are packed in a carton = 375
∴ Screws produced in a year,
= 26763750/375
= 71370 cartons
Hence, 71370 required to pack the screws produced in a year.
Question no – (15)
Solution :
575 trucks can carry,
= 735856 kg 250 g …(Given)
= 735856 kg + 250/1000 kg
= 735856 + 0.25
= 735856.25 kg
∴ 1 track can be carried,
= 7358625/513 × 100
= 12975/100
= 1279.75 kg
= 1279 kg 750 gm
So, 1 truck will carry 1279 kg 750 gm.
Question no – (16)
Solution :
Given in the question,
10342208 were divided equally among 513 cancer patients
∴ Each patient got,
= 10342308/513
= 20160.25
Hence, each patient will got Rs 20160.25
Question no – (17)
Solution :
He spend money,
= (1358 × 2) + 23568 + (2 × 635870)
= 2716 + 23568 + 1271740
= 129802
∴ Money will be left in his a account,
= 1856500 – 1298024
= 558476
Question no – (18)
Solution :
In 7 days the engine run,
= 12 × 7
= 84 hour
∴ Litters of water will it pump in 7 days,
= (84500 × 84)
= 7098000 litres
Thus, 7098000 litres of water will it pump out in 7 days.
Question no – (19)
Solution :
(i) 3/4 × 5 1/2 + 7 2/3 + 1 1/4 × 1 3/5
∴ 3/4 × 5 1/2 + 7 2/3 + 1 1/4 × 1 3/5
= 3/4 × 11/2 + 23/3 + 5/4 × 8/5
= 33/8 + 23/3 + 2
= 99 + 184/24 + 12
= 283 + 48/24
= 13 19/24
(ii) 4 1/2 × 3 3/5 – 6/7 × 1 2/4 + 4/5
∴ 4 1/2 × 3 3/5 – 6/7 × 1 2/4 + 4/5
= 4 1/2 × 3 3/5 – 6/7 × 1 2/4 + 4/5
= 9/2 × 18/5 – 6/7 × 6/4 + 4/5
= 81/5 – 9/107 + 4/5
= 85/5 – 9/7
= 119 – 9/7
= 15 5/7
Question no – (20)
Solution :
Given, 2/3 × (4/5 = 1/10) = 2/3 × 4/5 = 2/3 × 1/10
∴ 2/3 × 4/5
= 2/3 × 1/10
= 2/3 × 4/5
= 2/3 × 1/10
Question no – (21)
Solution :
In the given question,
The cost of a chair is Rs 115 1/2 and that of table is Rs 284 1/2
Money required to buy 25 chairs and 25 tables = ?
To buy 25 chairs required money,
= 115 1/2 × 2/5
= 231 × 25/2
To buy 25 tables required money,
= 284 1/2 × 25
= 569 × 25/2
∴ Total money,
= 231 × 25/2 + 569 × 25/2
= 25/2 (231 + 569)
= 35/2 × 800
= 10000
Thus, to buy 25 chairs and 25 tables Rs 10000 will be required.
Question no – (22)
Solution :
In the given question,
The weight of a bag of rice is = 38 3/4 kg.
To put into the bag = 1937 1/2 kg rice
number of bags needed = ?
∴ Number of bags,
= 1937 1/2/38 3/4 – 3875/2 × 4/15
= 50 bags
So, the number of bags needed is 50.
Question no – (23)
Solution :
Given in the question, 107 m 40
= 107 + 40/100 m
= 107/10 m
Now in fraction,
= 21/1074/10
= 210/107
= 135/179
Question no – (24)
Solution :
In the given question,
= 49 7/8
= 399/8
Now in fraction,
= 226/399/8
= 266 × 8/399
= 5 1/3
Question no – (25)
Solution :
(i) Given, 0.005 by 0.25
= 0.005 × 100/0.25 × 1000
= 0.02
(ii) Given, 0.00876 by 0.219.
Now,
= 0.00876 × 1000/0.219 × 100000
= 4/100
= 0.004
Question no – (26)
Solution :
Given in the question,
6 kg cauliflower = 33.60
1 kg tomato = 11.50
∴ 2 kg potato,
= 2 × 7.10
= 14.20
∴ 6 kg onion,
= 6 × 5.50
= 33.00
Now, she get back,
= 100 – (33,60 + 10.50 + 14.20 + 33)
= 100 – 92.30
= 7.70 Rs.
Hence, she will get back 7.70 Rs
Question no – (27)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Rs 2625 equally among = 500 children
Each child get = ?
∴ Each children get,
= 2625/500
= 525/100
= 5.25
Thus, each child will get 5.25 Rs
Question no – (28)
Solution :
In the question,
Salary of 75 servants for one mouth is = Rs 9502.50
Salary of each servant per month,
Hence, Salary of each servant per month will be 126.70 Rs
Question no – (29)
Solution :
Given, (5/7 – 1/9 of 1 2/7) + 2 4/5 2 1/7 1 1/7 – 5/7 5 × 2
∴ (5/7 – 1/9 of 1 2/7) + 2 4/5 2 1/7 1 1/7 – 5/7 5× 2
= (5/7 – 1/9 of 1 2/7) + 2 4/5 × 2 1/7 × 1 1/7 – 5/7 ÷ 5 × 2
= (5/7 – 1/9 of 9/7) + 14/5 × 15/7 × 8/7 – 5/7 × 1/8 × 2
= 4/7 + 48/7 – 2/7
= 4 + 48 – 2/7
= 7 1/7
Question no – (30)
Solution :
(i) 2 + {6 – { 2 (3 ÷ 6 + 1/9 of 15)}]
Now,
= 2 + {6 – { 2 (3 ÷ 6 1/9 of 15)}]
= 2 + {6 – {2 (3 ÷ 6 + 1/9 × 3)}]
= 2 + {6 – {2 } 3 ÷ 9}]
= 2 + {6 – { 2 × 3/9}]
= 2 + 6 – 6/2
= 6 + 18 – 6/9
= 6 + 18 – 2/3
= 7 3/1
(ii) 2 – [6 ÷ 2 { 6 × 1/2 = (3 1/2 – 1 1/2)}]
Now,
= 2 – [6 ÷ 2 { 6 × 1/2 = (3 1/2 – 1 1/2)}]
= 2 [6 ÷ 2 ÷} 3 = (7/2 – 3/2)}}
= 2 [6/2 ÷ } 3 = 4/2}]
= 2 [6/2 ÷ } 2}]
= 2 [6/2 ÷ 20
= 2 × 3/2
= 3
Question no – (31)
Solution :
Rounded off to tens | Rounded off to hundreds | Rounded off 10 thousands | |
(a) 2795 | 2800 | 2800 | 3000 |
(b) 1635 | 1640 | 1600 | 2000 |
(c) 8935 | 8940 | 8900 | 9000 |
(d) 33561 | 33560 | 33600 | 34000 |
Question no – (32)
Solution :
In the given question,
Meenakshi added = 1087, 1321, 1663, 780 and 6312
∴ 1087 + 1321 + 1663 + 780 + 6312
= 11163
Yes, the solution appear to be sensible.
Question no – (34)
Solution :
In the question, 863 by 13
Now, 863 by 13
∴ 66.385
Question no – (35)
Solution :
Let, he score in 3rd innings = x
= 80 + 50 + x + 79 + 50/5 = 60
= x + 263 = 300
= x = 37
Hence, he should score 37 runs in 3rd innings.
Question no – (36)
Solution :
In the given question,
The ages of 5 members in a family are = 58, 54, 20, 18, 15.
Average age after 12 years. = ?
After 12 years family members ages,
= 70, 66, 32, 30, 27
Now, Average ages,
70 + 66 + 32 + 30 + 27/5
= 225/5
= 45 years
Thus, their average age after 12 years will be 45 years.
Question no – (37)
Solution :
In the question we get,
For 2 hours at a speed of = 70 km/hr.
For the next hour = 80 km/hr and
For the last 3 hours = 60 km/hr
∴ Average speed of the train,
= 2 × 70 + 80 + 3 × 60/6
= 140 + 80 + 180/6
= 400/6
= 66.667 km/hr
Therefore, the average speed of the train will be 66.667 km/hr.
Question no – (38)
Solution :
From the question we get,
Ritika obtained in English = 80 marks
In Hindi = 75 marks
In Science = 88 marks
In Mathematics = 85 marks
∴ Average marks,
= 30 + 75 + 88 + 85/4
= 8 328/4
= 82
Hence, the average marks of Ritika will be 82.
Question no – (39)
Solution :
The price of onions on 5 days were,
Rs 3 per kg,
Rs 4 per kg,
Rs 4.50 per kg,
Rs 3.50 per kg
Rs 5 per kg.
∴ Average price of onion,
= 3 + 4 + 4.50 + 3.50 + 5/5
= 20/5
= 4 rupees.
Hence, average price of onion will be 4 rupees.
Question no – (40)
Solution :
90 km goes in = 3h
1 km goes in = 3 × 90h
∴ 60 km goes in
= 3 × 90/200
= 4.5 hr
Hence, it take 4.5 hr to reach Delhi.
Question no – (41)
Solution :
From the question we know,
An earthworm travels 27 decimeters in 9 minutes
Now,
(a) 1 min travel,
= 27/9
= 3 decimetres
(b) 10 min travel,
= 3 × 10
= 30 decimetres
(c) 15 min travel,
= 3 × 15
= 45 decimeters
Question no – (42)
Solution :
From the question we know,
A child runs at a speed of 10 m/sec.
he take to cover a distance of 1 km = ?
Now, 10 m goes = 1 sec
1 m goes = 1/10 11
1000 m goes,
= 100 × 1/100 see
= 100 sec
Thus, he take 100 sec to cover a distance of 1 km.
Question no – (43)
Solution :
As we know that,
Speed = distance/time
∴ Speed will be,
= 216 × 1000/4 × 3600
= 15 m/s
So, her speed will be 15 m/s.
Question no – (44)
Solution :
Time = 150/60 = 2.5 h
= 2 hours 30 min
Stopped for 45 min
Left time = 2 h 30 min + 45 min = 3 h 15 min
∴ He reach = 11 : 39 am + 3h 15 min
= 2 : 54 min
= 2 : 54 P.M
Hence, he will reach his destination at 2 : 54 p.m.
Question no – (47)
Solution :
(a) 12 1/52% of 320 kg
= 320 × 2/100
= 40 kg
Thus, the value will be 40 kg.
(b) 5% of 180
∴ 180 × 5/100
= 9
Hence, the value will be 9
(c) 25% of 160
∴ 160 × 25/100
= 40
Thus, the value will be 40.
(d) 80% of 240
∴ 240 × 80/100
= 182
Hence, the value will be 182
(e) 5% of 500
= 500 × 5/100
= 25
Thus, the value will be 25
(f) 10% of 25
∴ 25 × 10/100
= 2.5
Hence, the value will be 2.5
Question no – (48)
Solution :
In the question we get,
A man spends 6 1/4% of what he has.
he has spent Rs 62.50
Let, he had x amount of money,
∴ x × 25/100/4 = 62.50
= x = 625/10 × 100 × 4/25
= 1000 Rs.
Hence, he had 1000 Rs.
Question no – (49)
Solution :
In the given question,
Population in 1996 = 51,69,420
Population in 1997 = 54,27,891
First, Increase value,
= 55427891 – 5169420
= 258471
Now in percent,
= 258471/5169420 × 100
= 5%
Question no – (50)
Solution :
According to the question,
In an examination Manish gets = 60% marks.
Total number of marks is = 150
Now, = 150 × 60/100
= 90
So, Manish gets 90 marks.
Question no – (51)
Solution :
In the question we get,
A steel almirah is priced at = Rs 1640.
The price goes up by = 12%
Now,
= 1640 × 12/100
= 196.8
∴ New price of steel almirah,
= 1640 + 196
= 1836.80 rupees
Hence, the new price of steel almirah will be 1836.80 rupees.
Question no – (52)
Solution :
First, He spend in total
= (320 + 5.30 + 10)
= 335.30 rupees
Now, his Profit,
= 350.75 – 335.30
= 15.45 rupees
So, he will earn 15.45 rupees.
Question no – (53)
Solution :
In the question we get,
A man sold a refrigerator for = Rs 4100.00
Lost = Rs 300.00.
Now, Cost price,
4100 + 300
= 4400 Rs.
Thus, the cost price of the refrigerator will be 4400 Rs.
Question no – (54)
Solution :
According to the question,
Car was sold by a car dealer for = Rs 43,000.00,
Making a profit of = Rs 3,000.00
Now, Cost price of the car,
= 43000 – 3000
= 40000
Thus, the cost price of the car will be 40000 Rs.
Question no – (55)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Ramesh bought an old motorcycle for = 2,000 Rs
Spent on its overhauling = Rs. 575
Then he sold it for = Rs 2,900
First, C.P in total,
= 2000 + 575
= 2575
Now Profit,
= 2900 – 2575
= 325
Hence, he will make Rs. 325
Question no – (56)
Solution :
First, Interest,
= 3000 × 6 × 2/100
= 360
Now the amount,
= 3000 + 360
= 3360 Rs.
Thus, she will get Rs. 3360 after 2 years.
Question no – (57)
Solution :
(a) The interest he paid at the end of the first year
Principal = 3000,
rate = 4%
∴ Interest = 3500 × 4 × 1/100
= 120 Rs
(b) The total amount he paid at the end of the 1st year.
= Total amount,
= 100 + 120
= 1120 Rs.
Question no – (58)
Solution :
17th Feb 1996 to 24 Sep 1998
= 10 m 12 day + 1 year + 8 m 2 year days
= 2 years 7 m 6 day
= 949/365 year
= 2.6 year
∴ Interest,
= 2300 × 21/2 × 2,6/1000
= 627.9 Rs.
∴ Amount,
= 2300 + 627.9
= 2927.9 Rs.
Thus, Arvind returned to Puneet 2927.9 Rs.
Question no – (59)
Solution :
2 year 3 month ….(given)
= 27 m
= 27/12 year
Now, the Interest,
= 8000 × 25/2 × 22/12/100
= 2250 Rs.
∴ Amount,
= 8000 + 2250
= 10250 Rs.
Hence, he will receive 10250 Rs.
Question no – (60)
Solution :
According to the question,
Anil deposited Rs 800 at 6% for 3 years.
Rohit deposited Rs 900 at 5% for 3 years
Now, Anil’s Interest,
= 800 × 6 × 3/100
= 144
Rohit Interest,
= 900 × 5 × 3/100
= 135
Therefore, Anil will get more interest.
Question no – (61)
Solution :
In the question,
Amount =365 Rs
Rate =8% for
Time =300 days
∴ Simple interest,
= 265 × 8 × 300/365/100
= 24 Rs.
Hence, the simple interest will be 24 Rs.
Question no – (62)
Solution :
Given in the question,
Ashok borrowed Rs 3,000 from post office at 4%
amount paid by him on end of 2 1/2% years = ?
First, Interest,
= 3000 × 4 × 5/2/100
= 300 Rs.
Now the Amount,
= 3000 + 300
= 3300 Rs.
Thus, he will pay 3300 Rs.
Question no – (63)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Ritika deposited a sum of Rs 1,000
interest paid by the post office is 12%
she will receive at the end of 3 years = ?
First, Interest
= 100 × 12 × 3/100
= 360 Rs.
Now, Amount
= 1000 + 360
= 1360 Rs.
Thus, she will receive Rs. 1360 at the end of 3 years.
Question no – (64)
Solution :
1st January to 15th march, ….(Given)
= 30 + 28 + 15
= 73 days
∴ 73/365 year
Now, Simple Interest,
= 75,50 × 63 × 73/365/100 × 1
= 69/100
= 0.69
∴ The Amount,
= 57.50 + 0.69
= 58.19 Rs.
Question no – (65)
Solution :
From the question we get,
Manish borrowed = Rs 650
At = 8% per annum
returned money after = 6 months
First, the Interest,
= 650 × 8 × 6/12/100
= 26 Rs.
Now the Amount,
= 650 + 26
= 676 Rs.
Thus, he repay to Puneet 676 Rs.
Question no – (66)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Sonam borrows Rs 400 from her friend.
Interest of 5% per annum.
First, the Interest,
= 400 × 2 × 5/100
= 40 Rs.
∴ She will pay (amount)
= 400 + 40
= 440 Rs.
So, she will pay back 440 Rs.
Question no – (67)
Solution :
(a) A diameter is the longest chord of the circle.
= Given statement is True
(b) If we join any two points on a circle, we get a diameter of the circle.
= Given statement is False
(c) A diameter of a circle contains the centre of the circle.
= Given statement is True
(d) The length of a radius of a circle is twice the length of diameter of the circle.
= Given statement is False
(e) A semi-circle is an arc.
= Given statement is True
(f) The length of a circle is called its circumference.
= Given statement is True
Question no – (68)
Solution :
As we know that,
Sum of angles are 180° then it is a supplementary angle.
Now,
(a) 91°. 89°
= 91° + 89°
= 180 [supplementary]
(b) 100° 70°
= 100° + 70°
= 170° [Not supplementary]
(c) 125°, 55°
= 125 + 55
= 180°
= [Supplementary]
(d) 115°, 65°
= 115 + 65
= 180° [Supplementary]
(e) 63°, 27°.
= 63 + 27
= 90°
= [Not supplementary]
Question no – (69)
Solution :
As we know that,
If sum of angle are 90° then it is a complement angle.
Now,
(a) 41°, 59°
= 41 + 59
= 100° [Not complement]
(b) 63°, 27°
= 63 + 27
= 90° (Complement )
(c) 81° 9°
= 81 + 9
= 90° (complement )
(d) 70°, 110°
= 70 + 110°
= 180° (Not complement)
(e) 70°, 20°.
= 70° + 20°
= 90 (Not complement)
Question no – (70)
Solution :
Let, the two equal angle are = 50°
∴ 50 + 50 x = 180°
= x = 80
Therefore, the required angles are, = 80°, 50°, 50°
Question no – (72)
Solution :
(i) Circles whose radii is = 7 cm.
We know, Circumference of circle = 2 π r
∴ 2 π r
= 2 × 22/7 × 7
= 44 cm
Thus, the circumference of the circle will be 44 cm.
(ii) Circle whose radii is = 21 cm.
We know that,
Circumference of circle = 2 π r
∴ Circumference,
= 2 π r = 2 × 22/7 × 21
= 132 cm
Hence, the circumference of the circle will be 132 cm.
Question no – (73)
Solution :
In the given question,
One of the angle of a parallelogram is 65°
Other angle,
= 180° – 65°
= 115°
∴ Other angles are,
= 115°, 115°, 65°,65°
Question no – (75)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Two angles of a triangle are = 70° and 45°
∴ Third angle
= 180° – (70° + 45°)
= 180° – 115°
= 65°
Hence, the third angle will be 65°
Question no – (76)
Solution :
In the question,
One of the two equal angles of a triangle is 70°
∴ Other angle,
= 180° – (70° + 70° )
= 180° – 140°
= 40°
Hence, the other angle will be 40°
Question no – (77)
Solution :
According to the question,
Three angles of a quadrilateral are = 70°, 110° and 90°
∴ The Fourth angle,
= 360° – (110° + 70 + 90°)
= 360° – 270°
= 90°
Thus, the fourth angle will be 90°
Question no – (78)
Solution :
In the question we get,
length of a rectangular field = 60 m
breadth of a rectangular field = 15 m
We know that,
Area of rectangle = length × breadth
∴ Area of rectangle,
= 60 × 15
= 400 m^{2}
∴ Cost of ploughing
= 900 × 1.5/10
= 1350 Rs.
Question no – (79)
Solution :
In the question,
The side of a square field is 82 m
∴ Area of square,
= (side)^{2}
= (82)^{2}
= 6724 m^{2}
Now, Cost of lying grass,
= 6724 × 25/100
= 1681 Rs.
Hence, the cost of laying grass will be 1681 Rs.
Question no – (80)
Solution :
Area of square tile,
= (10)2 = 100 cm^{2}
= 100/100 × 100 m^{2}
Area of wall,
= 2.5 × 2
= 5 m2
∴ Tile required,
= 5/100/100 × 100
= 5 × 100 × 100/100
= 5000 litres
= 500 tiles will be required
∴ Cost of covering the wall,
= 500/12 × 4
= 166.666666667
Question no – (81)
Solution :
Value of cube,
= (4)3 = 64 m^{3}
= 64 × 100 × 100 × 100 cm^{3}
∴ Volume of rectangle,
= 20 × 10 × 5 cm^{3}
∴ Number of block,
= 64 × 100 × 100 × 100/10 × 20 × 5
= 64000 places
Question no – (82)
Solution :
Volume of rectangular lay,
= 8 × 1.5 × 75 × 100 × 100 cm^{3}
∴ Volume of block,
= (25)3
= 25 × 25 × 25 cm^{3}
∴ Number of cubical block,
= 8 × 1.5 × 75 × 100 × 100/25 × 25 × 25 × 10
= 576 blocks
Question no – (87)
Solution :
Volume of blocks,
= 3.5/10 × 30/100 × 15/100 m^{3}
= 35 × 3 × 15/100 × 100 m^{3}
Now the Cost block of wood,
= 1800 × 35 × 3 ×15/100 × 100
= 567/2
= 283.50 Rs.
Hence, the cost of block of wood will be 283.50 Rs.
Question no – (88)
Solution :
Volume of cube,
= (20)^{3}
= 8000 cm^{3}
Another wood,
= 10 × 20 × 15
= 3000 cm3
∴ Cubical piece will more heavier.
Question no – (89)
Solution :
In the question we get,
The volume of a rectangular solid is = 225 cu.cm.
Its height is 5 cm and breadth is = 10 cm
Let, its length = x cm
∴ x × 5 × 10 = 225
= x = 45/10
= x = 4.5 cm
Therefore, the length of rectangular solid will be 4.5 cm.
Question no – (90)
Solution :
In the given question we get,
length is 18 cm,
breadth 10 cm
height 6 cm.
∴ Volume of soil brick,
= 18 × 10 × 6
= 1080 cm^{3}
Thus, the volume of a solid brick will be 1080 cm^{3}
Question no – (91)
Solution :
Volume of each bricks,
= 20 × 10 × 5 cm^{3}
∴ Volume of each wall brick,
= 10 × 100 × 4 × 100 × 50 cm^{3}
∴ Bricks required,
= 100 × 100 × 4 × 100 50/20 × 10 × 5
= 20000 brick
Hence, 20000 brick will be required.
Question no – (92)
Solution :
In the question we get,
Cube whose edge is 2.5 m.
∴ Volume of cube,
= (edge)^{3}
= (2.5)^{3}
= 15.625 m^{3}
Hence, the volume of a cube will be 15.625 m^{3}
Question no – (93)
Solution :
First, Volume of soap cake,
= 7 × 5 × 2.5 cm^{3}
Now, Volume of card-board box,
= 56 × 49 × 25 cm^{3}
Therefore, Soap cakes can be placed,
= 56 × 49 × 25 × 10/7 × 5 × 2.5
= 784 cakes
Question no – (95)
Solution :
(a) The amount of space a solid occupies is called Volume.
(b) The volume of a solid pipe and a hollow pipe of the same shape and size are Equal.
(c) If a rectangular box is filled in by fourteen 1 cm cubes, its volume is 14 cm3.
(d) The volume of a 1 cm cube is 1 cm3.
(e) The volume of a rectangular box (or a cuboid) = Length × breadth × height
Question no – (96)
Solution :
Volume of brick,
= 5 cm × 4 cm × 2 cm …(according to the question)
= 40 cm3
∴ Volume of wall,
= 10 × 5 × 20 × 100 × 100 cm3
∴ Brick required,
= 10 × 5 × 20 × 100 × 100/40
= 250000 bricks
Hence, 250000 bricks will be required.
Question no – (97)
Solution :
In the given question,
Length is = 0.01 m,
Breadth is = 6 cm
Height is = 5 cm
∴ Volume of ice-cream brick,
= 1.01/100 × 100 × 6 × 5 cm
= 30 cm3
Hence, the volume of ice-cream brick will be 30 cm3
Question no – (98)
Solution :
Given in the question,
Cuboid with dimensions = 15 m × 10 m × 8 m
∴ The Volume,
= 15 × 10 × 8
= 1200 cm3
So, the volume of the space occupies by it will be 1200 cm3
Question no – (100)
Solution :
(i) The biggest side of an obtuse-angles triangle is opposite the Obtuse angle.
(ii) In a scalene triangle, all the three sides are unequal.
(iii) In an equilateral triangle, all the three sides are equal.
(iv) The sum of any two Side of a triangle is greater then third angle.
(v) In an right-angled triangle, the other two angles of the triangle must be Acute angle.
Question no – (101)
Solution :
Given in the question,
The measures of the non-equal angle of an isosceles triangle is 40°
Let, than two angles are x
∴ x + x + 40 = 180°
= 2x = 140°
= x = 70°
∴ Angle are = 70°, 70°, 40°
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